Harvard Language Research Guides

These guides highlight language specific searching and materials available at Harvard.  Included are also collections at Harvard that have a significant amount of materials in Indigenous languages.

A curated selection of databases, research journals, Harvard collections, and more all related to Native American and Indigenous Studies.

A general discipline guide which reflects the structure of the field of Celtic language, describes the theory and research methods used in the field, and highlights essential resources, as well as providing examples of different types of resources.

The Harvard Divinity School has thousands of materials related to religious studies, including many materials in global languages.

The Harvard-Yenching Library has thousands of East Asian materials as well as materials in other minority languages in East Asia.

“The Quechua Initiative on Global Indigeneity at Harvard is supported by the Committee on Ethnicity, Migration, Rights, with the goal of facilitating a space for student and scholars to share experiences, engage and learn about Indigenous cultures and languages from the Americas and beyond, while fostering a sense of community. We also hope to promote research and global conversations on Indigenous issues.”

A research guide dedicated to Slavis and Eurasian studies, includes tips for searching for materials in Cyrillic on HOLLIS.